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   Thursday, October 29, 2020 

Vote for your Country in the Battle of the Islands! Caribbean Travel - Experience the Magic of Caribbean Destinations

By Jettan

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The Caribbean is one of the most popular Honeymoon destinations in the world today and offers a rich and varied experience to travelers. With hundreds of islands to visit and explore, the Caribbean has been a favorite cruise destination for many years. If you are planning a Caribbean cruise for your vacation, have a look at these top Caribbean destinations for cruise vacations. It is possible to holiday in the Caribbean without spending too much money. Caribbean hotels and resorts are normally booked during peak season, so it is better to book your accommodation at least three months before you visit. If privacy what you're after, it might be a good idea to go to the less-travelled islands that provide the same accommodations for less money. The Caribbean is a perfect destination to take break and relax.

The Bahamas

The Bahamas, with over 700 islands of various sizes, is among the most popular Caribbean cruise destinations. Grand Bahama, the largest of the Bahaman isles has several all-inclusive resorts, as do the other important islands of Nassau and Paradise Island. If you are looking for an exclusive holiday filled with all sorts of luxuries, then the Landing, a seven-room inn on Harbor Isle is ideal. While US citizens require passports to enter the Bahamas, the environment is easy to adapt to and you will find yourself at home without any difficulty. The biggest advantage about the islands is that they are extremely well connected to most places in the USA.


Jamaica is one of the three isles in the Northern Caribbean making the Greater Antilles. It is a land covered by verdant forests and towering mountains. Blue Mountain, which stands at 7,402 feet, is the tallest of the Jamaican mountains. Jamaica is the most prominent English-speaking country in the Caribbean Sea and is an important location on the world's major shipping and airline routes. Jamaica is famous for nightlife teaming with dance and reggae music, its rum and jerk chicken and its spectacular sunsets. One of the most visited destinations in Jamaica is Montego Bay and the most popular resort is Ochos Rios, where you can enjoy the enchanting fern gullies, and the magnificent Eden and Dunn's River Falls.


Explore another great discovery made by Christopher Columbus. Antigua is almost 13 miles across with seacoast line peppered with various coves and bays, many with attractive white-sand beaches. Situated just south of some other popular Caribbean voyage destination of Barbuda, Antigua markets itself as magnificence Caribbean travel escape. Its lots of hotels and resorts situated around the seashore are all favorites when it has to do with honeymooning while on a Caribbean travel. Sailing Week With a great quantity of natural sailing advantages, Antigua is considered one of the top yachting and sailing destinations in the Caribbean.


Aruba lies in at the centre of the southern Caribbean, almost two-and-a-half hours by air from Miami, Florida and within comfortable flying distance of other U.S. cities. If you are attracted by nightlife with an international flavor, Aruba is the most excellent place to visit. The small island is one of the most well developed places in the Caribbean. In the evenings, the island comes alive with discos and nightclubs packed with revelers who want to party all night long. Daytime activities include wind-surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and of course, relaxing on the beautiful beaches.

Trinidad and Tobago

The islands Trinidad and Tobago are often overlooked in discussions about Caribbean destinations. But make no mistake, as they are a center of tropical fun and frolic. The beaches of Trinidad and Tobago will take your breath away, and should you venture to scuba dive you will be left awestruck by the beauty of the coral reefs. The rainforests covering the region are prime for daytime activities like bird-watching, hiking, and cycling. For those looking to whet their palates, traditional and international cuisine is available at restaurants like Battimamzelle (Cascade), Veni Mangé (Woodbrook), the Verandah (St. Clair) and Bougainvillea (Point Lisas), while the Sweet Lime (Woodbrook) and Zanzibar (MovieTowne), provide varied menus while doubling-up as sports bars.

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